Libochovice (Czechoslovakia) Art Deco 1930s Dressing Table Set, Rosaline Pink | Model, 1860 Series
The Libochovice glassworks was founded in 1912 by Josef Feigl and Ladislav Morávek. Designers that worked for Libochovice include Rudolf Jurnikl, Adolf Matura, and Vaclav Zajíc.
What a stunning example of gorgeous depression era glass.
We have a lovely, complete dressing table set- in a gorgeous rosaline pink; such a classic example of glass produced in the Art Deco era.
This art deco set dates back to pre WWII, circa 1930s.
Included in this spectacular (and complete) set is 7 pieces - rectangular tray, two candlestick holders, a ring holder, two small round trinket dishes, both with lids and a large round trinket dish, also with a lid.
Overall this set is in pretty outstanding condition with no wear that we can see. We have inspected each piece as to the best of our knowledge it is flaw free. It has some bubbles in the glass, as expected from manufacturing.
Some pieces are marked with the registered patent number, RD 802467.
For a set which is just shy of 100 years old, that's remarkable.
Approx measurements are:
- rectangular tray, 30.5cm long x 20cm wide x 4cm tall
- candlestick holder, 18cm tall x 10cm diameter (base)
- ring holder, 7cm tall x 8.5cm diameter
- small trinket dish, 9cm tall x 6.5cm diameter
- large trinket dish, 11.5cm tall x 8.5cm diameter